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Setting Goals for Myself  and Making a Change

So I’ve recently started going green. I’ve been cutting back on electricity use, timing my showers, recycling everything that I can for my local area, started a compost jar, switched my electric utility over to wind energy, trying to buy more Eco-consciously when I do have to buy something like hygiene products, stuff that’s made from recycled plastics and is fully recyclable and biodegradable, starting supporting tree planting programs, donating old clothes, recycling and donating old electronics, switching to a crystals Deoderant stone etc etc etc. 688 more words

Personal Posts

Blog post 10

Idea Proposition!

After weeks of research, mapping exercises, peer feedback and a transition brainstorming exercise there came in a week where we had to share our draft proposal idea with a peer and teacher to get a better clarity on solution directions. 614 more words

Climate Change & Environment

Blog post 9

Triggering through Brainstorming!

After working individually on the problem statement (as per blog post 8), as a group we collaborated once again to brainstorm the initial idea generations. 437 more words

Climate Change & Environment

Book review: "How bad are bananas? The carbon footprint of everything"

An atheist, a vegan and a crossfitter walk into a bar.

I only know because they were telling everyone within two minutes.

Or so the joke goes.  

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Book Reviews

Comatose servers: things will get worse before they get better

Thirty percent of servers around the world are doing nothing at all. They are switched on, ready for service, and actively draw power and consume resources such as cooling, yet no-one would notice if someone decided to turn them off. 662 more words


The Punch Bowl's Guide To Being Green

Do you care about the environment? Are you a sucker for sustainability? Just looking to garner insincere praise from your peers? Then this guide is for you! 418 more words


Canada Will Impose Nationwide Carbon Price

Canada will impose a carbon price on provinces that do not adequately regulate emissions by themselves, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said on Sunday without giving details on how the Liberal government will do so. 325 more words